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RUBI Dry Cut Diamond Drill Bit

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The 6mm diamond drill bit is suitable for drilling holes to fix accessories in bathrooms. This product is for dry use on an electric angle grinder or drill (using an adapter ref: 05976) . The average life of this product is approx 40 holes and can be used to drill holes in porcelain and natural stone.

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Review for RUBI Dry Cut Diamond Drill Bit by AJD Construction
30th October 2019

This little kit with the adapter for a mini grinder is the best option you will find for quick neat accurat holes through tough tiles.

This little kit with the adapter for a mini grinder is the best option you will find for quick neat accurat holes through tough tiles.


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Review for RUBI Dry Cut Diamond Drill Bit by CHplumbing
14th October 2018

Used the ruby tile drill which attaches to a grinder the other day for the first time, absolutely brilliant, drilled through porcelain tiles with ease, saved me a lot of time ( compared to other tile drills I’ve used ) I would highly recommend

Used the ruby tile drill which attaches to a grinder the other day for the first time, absolutely brilliant, drilled through porcelain tiles with ease, saved me a lot of time ( compared to other tile drills I’ve used ) I would highly recommend


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Review for RUBI Dry Cut Diamond Drill Bit by D2 Complete Projects Ltd
29th September 2018

Absolutely brilliant bits of kit, use with the cordless angle grinder and drilling holes through porcelain are so easy no matter the size of the hole

Absolutely brilliant bits of kit, use with the cordless angle grinder and drilling holes through porcelain are so easy no matter the size of the hole


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Review for RUBI Dry Cut Diamond Drill Bit by A4 Building Services
29th September 2018

Excellent quality bit cuts ceramic and porcelain tiles with ease when paired with a grinder use for general fixings and also for stitch drilling for pipes etc

Excellent quality bit cuts ceramic and porcelain tiles with ease when paired with a grinder use for general fixings and also for stitch drilling for pipes etc


23rd May 2018

Hi. Dave Armstrong from DA Gas, Heat and Plumbing. Today I'm doing a Tool Talk review for Expert Trades.

Today I'm reviewing the Rubi drill bit for tiles, and this one is actually designed to go straight onto your angle grinder. And it just screws straight on there. I'm using, obviously, a Makita cordless angle grinder with a 4 amp battery. It's just been charged. So, you can see exactly what I'll be using.

I've just done one hole with it, which I've previously started. And just to show you how tough these tiles are, I did have the Bosch blue bits burnt out. I did have one of these. That burnt out. But, to be fair, I'd already used that elsewhere. But the Bosch ones, they started it but just couldn't get through. So I cut my losses, went out, and went with the highly-rated Rubi bits, which everyone keeps telling me to try but I was a bit nervous about using it with an angle grinder.

What they do sell is an adapter, so if you're not confident or can't use an angle grinder, or haven't got an angle grinder, they do an adapter which you screw onto the bit and then that can go into your drill. But they did say you're best off using the grinder, because the Rubi bit asks for a maximum RPM of 14,000, which is really quick and obviously your cordless drill will probably struggle to get anywhere near that.

So, going to give this go and let's see how it goes. I'll just pop some goggles on. That's it. That's gone through. I wasn't timing it, but it's pretty quick. They're wax-cooled bits, so you've no need to add any water with it; you don't need to be cooling it down. Just away you go: maximum speed and away you go. So there you have it. It's the Rubi wax drill bit. Thank you very much.